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This article was published on October 18, 2013

Apple releases firmware update for 2012 MacBook Airs to fix potential data loss issue

Apple releases firmware update for 2012 MacBook Airs to fix potential data loss issue Image by: Justin Sullivan
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Apple has released an important firmware update to the flash storage on its mid-2012 MacBook Airs that checks for a possible data loss issue and corrects the problem. The company is also offering a replacement drive in cases where the update fails to install.

MacBook Air Flash Storage Firmware Update 1.1

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